No to Violence is working in partnership with Family Safety Victoria (FSV) and Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency (VACCA) to deliver MARAM training modules for practitioners who need to have an applied understanding of MARAM and information sharing in their roles when working with adults using family violence.

MARAM sets out the responsibilities of different workforces in identifying, assessing and managing family violence risk across the family violence and broader service system.

There will be three levels of training released over 2023-24: 

  • Identification 
  • Intermediate  
  • Comprehensive 

Depending on your role within an organisation, you will learn about different responsibilities and practice guides to keep perpetrators in view and accountable and to promote the safety of victim survivors of family violence.

The MARAM responsibilities decision guide provides an overview of how you may determine which level of responsibilities you hold. 

Identification module now available 

No To Violence has announced that training is now available for those workers who hold Identification responsibilities under the MARAM framework.

This training is suitable for all professionals who may identify family violence is occurring and who engage with people in a one-off, episodic or ongoing service. This training focuses on working with adults using family violence.

During this training, practitioners will learn to identify indicators for a person likely to be using family violence by observation of common narratives and behaviours. Participants will learn how to respond according to their roles and responsibilities and will be supported to use the Identification Tool.

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